With the serial number that you have provided,your Octagon barreled Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1900.
The Winchester model 94 classic series were produced from 1967-1970.All rifles had either a 20in,or 26in octagon barrel.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1910.
You need to try posting over at winchestercollector.org. They live and breathe Winchester.
Your Winchester model 1894 rifle,which was made in the year 1968 will bring between 200-350 dollars depending on overall condition.
The Winchester model 1906 rifle was made with a 20in.round barrel,tube magazine,and shotgun style buttplate.Production ended in 1932.The Winchester model 62A was the replacement for the model 1906 and had a 23in.barrel in a round or octagon design,and was a modern version of the model 1890 rifle.this rifle was made from 1932-1958.
If we are talking about a original Winchester model 1885 rifle?Then with the serial number that you have provided your rifle was made in the year 1887.
Your Winchester model 1892 which was made in the year 1911 could have considerable value.If you happen to have a take down model,or a rifle with a octagon barrel and in overall good condition.This could bring in excess of ,2000 dollars.I would have a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.evaluate your model 1892 and assess a accurate value to your rifle.
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1899.Being such a early model 1894 rifle,I would have it appraised by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.It could bring in the neighborhood of 1,500-2000 dollars in the condition you describe.Especially if it has any special order features which could be ordered in that time.These would include checkered wood,special wood,half magazine,octagon barrel,special barrel length,a take down model etc.
If you are asking about the winchester model 1890 .22cal pump rifle with a octagon barrel?Then your rifle was made somtime between 1932-1941.During this time winchester randomly selected serial numbers for the model 1890 with serial number 849,100 being the highest recorded.At last count their were 764,215 model 1890 rifles made,with this fiqure recorded in 1944.
The Winchester model 1894 rifle was never made with a vent rib barrel! the only Winchester made firearms with a vent rib barrel was Winchester shotguns.
your Winchester model 52 was made in 1926.
Who made it, what caliber is it, is it a rifle, shotgun or hadgun, how long is the barrel, is the barrel round or octagon, what is the stock made out of, what is the serial number(if any)? Who made it, what caliber is it, is it a rifle, shotgun or hadgun, how long is the barrel, is the barrel round or octagon, what is the stock made out of, what is the serial number(if any)?
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 1890 rifle was made between 1932-1941.It could have a very decent value depending on the amount of finish remaining on your firearm.I would have it appraised by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.
Any air gun made for Sears that starts with model 799 was made by Daisy. Your number 799.190552 I think is incorrect I think it's really 799.19052. I have no listing for a 799.190552. But the 799.19052 in very good condition is worth between $175 and $145 The 799.19052 is a Daisy model 1894 Carbine, Winchester style, Octagon barrel. Made between 1969-1973.
The winchester model 60 came with a 23in.round barrel,and this was extended to a 27in.barrel in 1933.These rifles were made from 1930-1934,with only 160,754 made.
Your Winchester model 1911SL(self Loading)shotgun was first made in the year 1911.
Yes as long as you get one made for the Winchester model 1300 and chambered for the same length of shotgun shell that the receiver is chambered for.
A Winchester model 1894 rifle that was made in 1902,with a octagon barrel could bring between 850-1,000 dollars depending on overall condition and the amount of original finish remains on the wood and metal.This value could change if you have any other special order features such as special wood,checkered wood,half magazine,shotgun style butt stock etc.I would have a member of the Winchester collectors assoc evaluate your rifle and assign a value to it.
The Sears model 200 is a Winchester Model 1200.
A Winchester model 1892 rifle or carbine made in the year 1927,and in the condition that you describe could bring between 1,500-2,500 dollars.This could even escalate if there are any special order features present such as a special barrel length,octagon barrel,saddle ring carbine configuration,take down model,half magazine etc.
Your winchester model 1894 which was made in 1936 have been selling for between 550-700 dollars or more depending on condition and a good bore.these have more value if the gun has any special added features when ordered such as a take down model,or octagon barrel,or short magazine tube,half magazine etc.
IT HAS A VERY LOW SERIAL # CHECK THE WIINCHESTER WEB SITE,,WHERE YOU CAN ADD YOUR SERIAL # AND IT WILL TELL YOU WHEN IT WAS MADE. YOU NEED TO KNOW WHICH MODEL YOU HAVE. OR GOOGLE TYPE IN 1894 WINCHESTER DATING
A Winchester model 1894 rifle with a 6 digit serial number was made from 1894-1927.That being said and the fact that your rifle has a 26in octagon barrel could place the value of your rifle in the range of 600 dollars plus in value.It is not unheard of these rifles going for 1,000 dollars plus.In order to have a Winchester of this age value determined,I would have a Member of the Winchester collector assoc.come in and appraise the rifle for value and overall condition.
Yes. My uncle has one.